The surprise ruling came as the trial judge had questioned the DOJ's move.
Twenty-six states are reporting a growing numbers of new coronavirus cases as the first wave of the United States' COVID-19 outbreak rages on.
Turmoil unfolded outside the Wisconsin State Capitol on Tuesday night as protesters allegedly attacked a state senator, smashed windows and toppled two historic statues.
Major League Baseball has issued a 60-game schedule that will start July 23 or 24 in empty ballparks as the sport tries to push ahead amid the coronavirus following months of acrimony
In the United States, the average police academy course lasts 21 weeks.
Rayshard Brooks, 27, was fatally shot in a Wendy's parking lot on June 12. His funeral will be on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump tweeted he's authorized arrests of anyone 'who vandalizes or destroys' monuments and that Washington, D.C. will never be an 'Autonomous Zone.'
Tennis champion Novak Djokovic said Tuesday he has tested positive for COVID-19 in the wake of his charity tennis tournament.
President Donald Trump will travel Tuesday to Arizona to address supporters at a large, indoor gathering opposed by local officials.
Just two weeks after Georgia's messy day at the polls, another six states are testing the waters of voting during the coronavirus crisis on Tuesday.